Along Those Lines, Episode 9: NRECA President Curtis Wynn Looks to Co-ops’ Future

NRECA President Curtis Wynn is interviewed by Along Those Lines host Scot Hoffman. (Photo By: Alexis Matsui/NRECA)

In March, Roanoke Electric Cooperative CEO Curtis Wynn officially took the gavel as NRECA’s new president. Wynn, a member of the NRECA board since 2007, first got into the business when he was just a teenager, washing trucks after school at his local co-op. Decades later, he’s charged with leading co-ops across the country through the challenges of a changing industry.

Wynn joins us for the latest episode of Along Those Lines to talk about everything from his early co-op career track—where his passion for community development came into focus—to his plans during his two-year term for helping co-ops navigate new consumer expectations and grid modernization.

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